Thursday, June 7, 2007
Writing in "The Week" magazine, Bill Falk reminisced about how earlier in his career he churned out three opinion columns a week for newspapers. It was tough. "The truth is," he said, "there were many weeks in which I didn't have three fresh opinions of any value."
These days, he added he couldn't handle a gig like that. As he has matured, he has become suspicious of his own certainties. "Opinions are highly overrated," he concludes. "Most concern passing phenomena that, six months or six years from now, will become utterly irrelevant."
Posted by Ann Allen at 3:57 PM
Friday, June 1, 2007
I've spent most of this day learning the technical aspects of setting up a blog. Whew! There really isn't much to say. Just wanted to share photos and videos with friends and rels. Thought this would be an easy way to communicate with many people. Still not sure. Isn't this the information age? Aren't we all over-extended? Will this turn into another "have to"?
Posted by Ann Allen at 5:00 PM
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